This Sunday night, HBO’s The Leftovers comes to a close. The show’s star Justin Theroux, 45, has impressively garnered quite a bit of attention from the little-watched but critically acclaimed drama. He is known for his roles in movies such as Zoolander 2, The Master, The Girl on the Train, and the ever-so-popular American Psycho.
With the approaching series finale of The Leftovers and Theroux’s career on the up-and-up, you may be asking yourself how much is Justin Theroux worth?
Justin Theroux’s Net Worth as of 2019: $20 Million
How is it that this actor/writer/director managed to accumulate such a value? Let’s delve in a little deeper and make our way down history lane.
After graduating from Bennington College with a Bachelor’s of Arts degree, he moved to New York to pursue a career in visual arts. Shortly after, he starred in various off Broadway plays before making it on screen.
Justin had many small roles during this time, but it wasn’t until his role in Mary Harron’s critically-acclaimed film American Psycho that he began to break out in Hollywood.
During this 10-year span, Theroux was working like crazy. He starred in Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle, Duplex, John Adams, Megamind, Zoolander, Your Highness and Parks and Recreation. Obviously, he starred in much more than what I have listed, but when you’re the one writing coverage on Justin Theroux you get to pick “a greatest hits”, so to speak, catered to your taste and it’s one of the only perks of the job so let me live.
Right now Justin has the reigns of his career. Life is looking good for him, and being married to Jennifer Aniston probably isn’t too shabby either. I wish him the best of luck with all future projects, and look forward to the conclusion of this season of The Leftovers.
Justin Theroux will be seen once again in the theater screens in 2018 with the release of his action comedy movie “The Spy who Dumped Me.”
Despite the rumors, Justin Theroux is not a couple with Elizabeth Hurley though they have been spotted two days in a row in Marrakesh, Morocco.